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About jerryko99

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    2001 Boxster S
  1. Becker North America offers an adaptor that plugs into the back of a Boxster radio that then allows you to plug your iPod into it. Has anyone tried it and does it work OK?........Thanks BTW its a CDR220
  2. Not sure about the Boxster, but on the Carrera you: With the ignition on, hold the clock adjust button and turn to the left for about five seconds. Hope this helps. Worked perfectly! Thank You very much
  3. I changed my digital speedo readout from mph to kph by turning something on the dash...but alas, I forgot how I did it. Does anyone know how? 2001 Boxster S
  4. Try 4457 or 4455 neither number worked....any other suggestions, Loren?
  5. I too, have lost my radio code. Pertinent info is : Becker model CDR 220 from a 2001 Boxster S Model #Be 4462 SN Y5050621 Any help would be greatly appreciated, Loren
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